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Roses have been valued for their beauty, fragrance, and healthful properties for hundreds of years. The flowers can be employed to make creations from rose water to fruit jams. Our pink rose petals are harvested from organic Rosa damascena plants and carefully dried. Dried rose petals can be used to make potpourri, floral vinegars, and other topical applications. Pink roses can also be added to herbal teas, botanical bath blends, and floral body sprays.
Rose bud tea is made from the rose petals of a variety of rose plants. There are hundreds of different types of roses and each one tastes a little different. The most common are red rose and pink rose flowers. In general, rose bud tea has a mildly sweet taste and a lingering aftertaste that entices taste buds for minutes after each sip.
The most flavorful teas are made from organic rose buds. That's because organic teas are free from chemicals in pesticides that can alter the natural flavor of herbal teas. Rose flower tea is different from rose hips tea in that the fresh flowers are used to brew rose tea while rosehips tea is made using the fruit that grows after the flower petals have fallen off the plant.
Rose bud tea has also been used in Chinese medicine and other alternative healthcare as a treatment for various ailments. While roses are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the treatment of any ailments, some research shows potential health benefits of rose bud tea. Read on to discover some potential uses of rose bud tea and learn about known side effects
Possible side effects include:
- The most commonly reported side effect is an allergic reaction. Don't drink this tea if you are allergic to the rose plant or have had a reaction to rosehips tea.
- As always, it's a good idea to check with your doctor before drinking herbal teas if you are taking any medications. Some herbs and plants may interact with medications including blood thinners and antidepressants. A qualified healthcare professional can help you determine if drinking rose bud tea is ok when taking medications or treating a medical condition.
As always make sure you are using organic herbs as pesticides are toxic and always take normal doses, excessive amounts of anything is not good for you.
We are not doctors, lawyers, accountants or your mom. We give out free smiles and the occasional unsolicited advice. That being said; if you are pregnant, nursing or concerned about your health, call your mom. Or even better, consult a doctors before consuming; particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.
For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.